How wonderful would it be to learn about traditional Brazilian food while studying Portuguese in Brazil? Our weekly "Portuguese and Bahian Cuisine" course allows you to do both of these things and more while staying in the lovely city of Salvador!
Posts Categorized: Study Abroad Tips
AmeriSpan likes to keep up with the latest trends in travel resources and blogs, and we know that our students, primarily those who are female, like to travel safely. So when Pink Pangea came to us looking to recruit female bloggers who have experienced volunteering in another country, we knew it would be beneficial to… Read more »
From September 18 through October 3rd, the world-famous Oktoberfest celebrations take over the city of Munich, Germany: the city's mayor taps the first keg and then people from around the world raise their steins in unison and enjoy some of Germany's finest beer!
Itching to study Spanish at a location in Mexico that's safe and tourist-friendly but isn't an uncomfortably flashy beach resort town? Then San Miguel de Allende may be just the spot for you!
If you've already received a copy of last week's newsletter then you have already heard, but for those of you who haven't, AmeriSpan is encouraging last-minute summer registrations! Sad you missed out on studying abroad this summer? There's still time! All you have to do is register for any program starting before Labor Day and… Read more »
There's a heat wave storming through the USA, and now is the perfect time to take advantage of more reasonable climes abroad! There are so many great places to go when the heat becomes unbearable, and AmeriSpan can help you find the best place possible to beat the heat!
AmeriSpan loves seeing perspective, current, and registered students alike taking full advantage of our free e-Reports! Our "19 Biggest Study Abroad Mistakes", "Ultimate Guide to Packing", and "Predeparture Guide" are the most popular downloadable tools at the moment. They are proving to be a valuable resource for studying languages and traveling abroad. But, until now,… Read more »
AmeriSpan is still reeling from the excitement of Spain’s victory in the World Cup, and we’re celebrating by knocking down program costs in select Spain locations over the next few weeks! We’ve also added a few new specials and renewed some others (keep in mind that we have permanent discounts for bloggers, groups, students, and… Read more »
By Josephine K., guest blogger studying Korean in Seoul When booking your ticket most people just want the quickest flight to their final destination. However, a layover can be tons of fun if you don’t mind the wait. This was my first time traveling abroad and I couldn’t wait to start my AmeriSpan program in… Read more »
Living with native speakers is an unequivocally educational part of the language immersion process, and in some ways it can give you the best possible scope of your unfamiliar surroundings and language. We here at AmeriSpan couldn't help but notice how excited our former students are about their homestay experiences, or how anxious our students-to-be… Read more »